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'Old Crafts' Book at Barnes & Noble

Posted by craftylady-2006 (My Page) on
Sat, Jun 28, 08 at 17:43

I saw a commerical the other day about a new book at Barnes & Noble about "old crafts" and wanted to pass the info onto my fellow crafters here.

I'm guessing there are crafts from the 50's, 60's, 70's, etc. I apologize but I don't remember the name of the book. You can ask at the front desk what it's called.


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RE: 'Old Crafts' Book at Barnes & Noble

You could all come and seach my basement.........think I have kept nearly every pattern or info on nearly every craft that's ever been !!! Ha ! I also have a neat book that my Mother had when she first got married in 1919. It features alot of very complicated frames for mirrors and wall envelopes, etc. most of them using twigs and pine cones. They look too complicated for me. Sorry...I had to add my "sage" comments !

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